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How to Fix Brazil

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An antigovernment demonstration in Brasília, March 2016.
How to Fix Brazil
Breaking an Addiction to Bad Government
By Eduardo Mello and Matias Spektor
Workers walk along wires as they inspect newly-built electricity pylons above crop fields in Chuzhou, Anhui province, China, July 9, 2015.
Debunking Microenergy
The Future Lies With Ubanization
By Ted Nordhaus, Shaiyra Devi, and Alex Trembath
A nephew of missing person Omaira Montoya, a member of Colombia's rebel group National Liberation Army (ELN) and who disappeared in 1977, holds a photograph of her during an event marking the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances in
Peace and Democracy in Colombia
Trading One to Get the Other
By Christine Balling
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The Ashes of ISIS’ Reign
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NYU’s Global Perspective
By Andrew Hamilton
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The United Nations Comes Clean
The United Nations acknowledged that its peacekeeping troops brought cholera to an earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
By Lauren Carasik
Behind the Violence in Ethiopia
Western diplomats and intelligence services are scrambling to assess a series of alarming protests in Ethiopia that are raising questions about whether Africa’s brightest growth story of the last decade is about to unravel.
By Harry Verhoeven
What Science Can't Explain
Swedish researchers found a bug in the statistical packages that have been commonly used for fMRI scans for the past 15 years--its discovery potentially challenges the findings of more than 40,000 scientific articles.
By Mikkel Krenchel and Christian Madsbjerg
Escaping the Taliban in Pakistan
Why the West writes off Pakistani refugees fleeing the Taliban and violence at home.
By Saima Hassan
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